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Bruce McLeod covers the opening of this unique museum.


This year, as we celebrate Canada’s centennial of flight, a new aviation museum housed in a very unique building in Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue (Montréal) opened its doors to the public for the first time.


Working to keep local aviation history relevant.

report By Everett McQuinn and Boyd Trites


Concurrent with the opening of the new Greater Moncton International Airport terminal in October 2002, CAHS Turnbull Chapter President Don McClure believed it was exactly the right time to create a museum inside the new facility to present and celebrate the rich aviation heritage and history of New Brunswick, and particularly Moncton. Appropriately, Moncton Airport CEO Rob Robichaud chose to honour this famous Canadian aviator for his vision and imagination by naming the resulting display the Don McClure Aviation Historical Gallery.